Well my friend and I have actually tested both of these cameras and there is no comparison. We both had trouble with the moultries triggering. My friend raises deer and he had it set up in the pen and watched several of his deer walk past it without triggering. The one I tested triggered about once every 10 times that I walked in front of it. It actually locked up on me twice. I had to power it down and back up like a broken PC.
We just recently tested the Wildview Extreme II and what a performer. It triggered every single time. The only downside is that it will eat the 4 C batteries fairly quickly, however you can get an external 12V battery, and some of the day pictures were washed out. What do you want for $90.00? For example, The first week I had 467 pictures taken and most of them were at night. The batteries were low after 1 week and I had a few washed out pictures. Over all, very impressive. We now have 4 Wildview cameras that suppliment our 2 cuddebacks.